IDEAL STEERING IN ACCUMULATIVE NUMEROUS HUBBED NETWORK SYSTEMS

1Gunnam Sriram, B. Nagasri

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Abstract:

Networking means create a communication between two or more systems. The main purpose of networking is distributing and sharing the data and devices between other devices. Networks are constructed by using software and hardware. The Communication can be wired or wireless. In wired communication the data will be transferred by using physical medium like cables. The other mode of communication is wireless mode. In this wireless communication data can be transferred from one device to another device by logically. In wireless transmission the microwave, radio frequencies are used to make a communication. Wireless communication means create a communication between one source device to another destination device or number of destination devices are connected by using various ways. Each device is called as node. Every nodes connected by other nodes by using set of signals. The actual messages are encrypted in the sender side before transmit the data. The encrypted data is transmitted to the receiver through transmission medium. In the receiver side, the received data is decrypted before the messages display to the user using some algorithms. In wireless communication finding proper path is a very difficult task. In this paper describes how to find the optimum path from source device to destination device in multi-hop network with less energy consumption. In this system Floyd-Warshall algorithm is used to find the most favorable path with less amount of energy. With the single time of execution this algorithm finds the less distance path. During data transmission there is chance to loss the data packets.

Keywords:

Accumulative, multi-hop, energy accumulation, minimum energy, graph theory.

Paper Details
Month2
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 2
Pages4378-4383